The exhibition is comprised of works on paper, sculpture, and video work created in SDAI’s 200 square foot studio during the months of June and July. The pieces created during the residency function as a continuation of D’Urso’s practice that investigates how certain bodies, such as the queer female body, move through the contemporary physical and emotional landscape.
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Come enjoy Balboa Park after dark at SDAI and join our Wednesday evening screen-printing workshop. John Kim, owner of At the Moment, a San Diego clothing brand will be on hand with his original designs to make your own t-shirt and enjoy our current show.
The 2018 Youth Alliance Exhibitions: a showcase of student artwork created during the past school year with eight local non-profit organizations including Art Reach, Arts for Learning San Diego, The FRONT Gallery, Casa Familiar, Outside Lens, CoTA, and Words Alive!
San Diego Art Institute SDAI is pleased to partner with the California Lawyers for the Arts to present CROSS/ NAVIGATE a panel discussion on Cross-Border Legal Transactions for Artists and the Creative Community.
Join Michelada Think Tank as they address institutional and structural racism experienced by those navigating the arts, education, and other social, political, and economic spheres.
Membership has its benefits—especially during the San Diego Museum Council’s Big Exchange. If you are a member of SDAI, you can enjoy free general admission to over 30 arts and cultural destinations in San Diego for as low as a $35 annual membership.
Opening night of pop-up exhibition Tendrement kicks off with an end-of-the-world ☀DANCE PARTY☀ featuring immersive installations and performance art w/ DJ sets by Fecal Matter (Paris) + London's Perth Records: Merca Bae, Perth Daijing, and Yegua. Performances hosted by ❥GLYPH.
Although electronic art practices are widely spread, it is still a challenge for curators, museographers and artists to show, store, restore and preserve electronic artworks. Join SDAI for a panel discussion and networking mixer at City College with Justin Manor, Roberto Romero-Molina and Francisco Eme as they explore the challenges of their field.
This installment of Romero-Molina’s workshop series invites participants from the Sound Generation workshop as well as local artists and composers working in digital sound to share their work in a positive environment. Participants should be prepared to provide their own sound resources and to have a small piece planned to present to the group.